Account Supervisor – new
epsilon – Atlanta, GA
Account Supervisor Manage direct marketing programs for one or more client accounts, including strategic planning, project execution and… epsilon
epsilon – Atlanta, GA
• Provide SAS/SQL programming, with some direction, in the execution of data analysis that will contribute to the final project deliverables • Access… epsilon
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My Team - small, hardworking, talented, never say no. Benefits are great Variety of projects Great if you are a self starter and love to learn new things Ability to build a great skillset Lunch on Fridays Good, solid coworkers Decent work/life balance Good vacation
Promotions - I've been with the company for a very long time, and when it comes to promotions you have a much better chance if you are in a main office Dallas, Boston, West Chicago. Even though, the people in satellite offices seem to work harder and smarter and deserve forward momentum. Growth - I am with a very small team, so we don't get the opportunity to really grow into our titles for example, at this point I should be managing people, but we have no people to manage we are all still doing the same job that we've been doing for years. Visibility - Once again this is due to being in a satellite office. Even if we aren't in your face, we're still working extremely hard. Management - Management is a bit on the weak side. A lot of hiding in the shadows waiting for things to happen or sometimes the complete opposite and stomping on everyone. I think we need LESS middle management, and more people who are willing to make things happen for the betterment of the team and company. Training & Equipment - Give your employees TRAINING. Even if it's online training, let us grow... let us develop/ fine tune our skills. Spend the money, it benefits the company in the long run. Career Opportunities - They are out there but not much for the little offices.
Advice to Management
For the most part Epsilon is a good place to work, good people, engaging projects. The time off is fair, the culture is fine for a big corporate beast. Please start allowing budgets for training, and software. It benefits you. Also please pay a bit more attention to the talent in the smaller offices. We are killing ourselves to make things work, take a look once and a while. Start looking at who's doing what and who's not doing anything, and make decisions accordingly. Too much middle management. TRAIN.PROMOTE.GROW. These things will help retain the good people.